Money Skills for Therapists Podcast

Money can be stressful and confusing for therapists and health practitioners in private practice – dealing with all of our feelings and stories about it, understanding how to actually manage our business finances, and making money work for us in our lives can feel so daunting that many therapists just avoid dealing with money altogether. Join Linzy Bonham, therapist and creator of Money Skills for Therapists, as she demystifies all things private practice finances through short and sweet solo episodes, conversations with therapists who have transformed their relationships with money, and live coaching calls with Money Skills for Therapists students.

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Hi I'm Linzy

Hi I'm Linzy

I’m a therapist in private practice, and a the creator of Money Skills for Therapists. I help therapists and health practitioners in private practice feel calm and in control of their finances.

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Raising Fees And Showing Up Differently With Tiffany McLain

Do you know what you need to charge your private practice clients to make your finances work? Are there obstacles preventing you from making the changes that you need to make? Tiffany McLain talks with Linzy about why raising fees is essential, and she shares about all of the work that must be done to bring about those changes for therapists in private practice.

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Charging Your Full Fee (Without Guilt) Coaching Session

Do you struggle to charge full fees for your therapy sessions? In this coaching session, Linzy and Brittany dig into the stories that come up around setting and implementing full fees for therapy clients in private practice.

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Profit First For Therapists With Julie Herres

How can Profit First help therapists in private practice? In today’s episode, Julie Herres talks with Linzy about Profit First, and she shares about how Profit First works and why it is a powerful tool that can help therapists have more control over finances. Julie shares about the core principles, tips for understanding taxes, and times when it might not be wise to immediately implement Profit First.

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Expanding Beyond Private Practice Therapy with Annie Schuessler

Have you considered ways to expand beyond your private practice as a therapist? Linzy and guest Annie Schuessler dive into what it looks like to prepare for and launch services beyond traditional therapy sessions.

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Decolonizing through Connection

Have you considered the connection between oppressive systems and our relationship to money? What can marginalized therapists do to be empowered while still existing within these systems? In this thought-provoking episode, Linzy and guest Silvana Espinoza Lau examine the impact of messaging and systemic pressures on marginalized therapists.

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Build a Better Business with Andrea Rotondo

What can a bookkeeper do for your private practice? When is a good time to consider hiring a bookkeeper? In this episode, Linzy and guest Andrea Rotondo dig into what bookkeeping can look like for therapists in private practice and how to address this potentially problematic part of business in a way that can be empowering and rewarding.

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How to Reach Your Savings Goals Coaching Session

How much do you actually need to save for business expenses and an emergency fund? Once you know those numbers, how do you set yourself up to effectively save that money? In today’s coaching session, Linzy and guest Jenny Smith dig into specific numbers that would work best for Jenny’s financial needs, and they come up with a plan to attain that goal.

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Tax Time Tips and Self-Care

Does the tax season fill you with dread? Rather than being unkind to yourself for the things you didn’t do the way you thought you should this year, listen in to these tips and action items that Linzy shares.

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Being a Bad Therapist with Felicia Keller Boyle

What does it mean to be a “good therapist,” and how can that conditioning damage our relationship to money and to living a full life? Felicia Keller Boyle, a.k.a The Bad Therapist, talks with Linzy about how the training and messaging therapists often receive deeply impacts our ability to advocate for our own needs and to charge appropriate fees.

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